Sailing means serenity, freedom and relaxation. Climbing is meditation, concentration and precision. A combination of the two on the Greek island of Kalymnos means a perfect holiday. The gods of the Olympus may be jealous.
Date I: June 13. to June 20. 2017
Date II: June 20. to June 27. 2017
Price: € 1.190,- (minimum group size 5 persons, maximum 8 persons per group).
Included: 8 days guiding by an Austrian mountain guide, rock climbing program, chartered yacht with skipper. Not included: Flight to Kalymnos (average airfares € 300,- to 400,-), food on board.
Tip: STA-Travel in Innsbruck has specialized on the needs of our customers and offers convenient flights at competitive rates.
Rock Climbing in Kalymnos
The countless little climbing areas on the Greek island of Kalymnos are a dream destination for climbing aficionados from around the world. Hardly any internationally known climber has skipped the overhanging sinter pillars here. So you will be in good company. However, even beginners can reach new heights on the numerous easy multi-pitch and sport climbing routes.
Sailing in Kalymnos
The best way to travel from one climbing area to another is by sailing boat, while you relax and unwind on board. For many earthbound climbers this is a new and beautiful experience – cruising from island to island, sleeping in one of the four double cabins or on deck under the starry skies.
Food & Drink
We cook and eat on the boat. We share the expenses for shopping during our sailing trip. Restaurants are at everyone’s own expense. If the gods aren’t too jealous we may catch some fish end enjoy it along with Greek salad and wine at romantic sunset dinners.
Encounter with dolphins during our trip „Sail&Climb Sardinia 2009“:
Details: Climbing and sailing in Kalymnos
- Guiding: available during your entire stay
- Mountain guide: on all days of climbing
- Skipper: an experienced skipper is responsible for the yacht, no sailing experience required from participants
- Accommodation: on board of the yacht in one of the four double cabins or on deck